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Turning the page on 8th anniversary

May 1, 2016 Lesly Reynaga 0

Civilization has come a long way since the first conversations about the internet began in the 1960s—the decade in which my parents were born. It took many years of collaboration between several computer science scholars […]

Arts & Culture

Fusebox returns as much more than a festival

April 5, 2016 Meredith Cox 0

The Fusebox Festival returns to Austin for its 12th year April 6-10. This year, the self-described hybrid art festival will feature over 60 performances, installations, talks and events from local, national, and international artists in […]

Music

Calliope Musicals bring color to Austin music

April 5, 2016 Cat Cardenas 0

Showering their audience in confetti, surrounded by smiley faces and kaleidoscopic decorations, the members of Austin psych-folk band Calliope Musicals live their lives colorfully. Founding members Carrie Fussell (lead vocals) and Matt Roth (guitar) met […]

Arts & Culture

Revel in Holi Festival of Colors

March 3, 2016 Gavin Lance Garcia 0

For Hindus and Austinites of all ethnic backgrounds, Holi, also known as the Spring Festival or Festival of Colors, celebrates the victory of good over evil and the arrival of the optimistic season of hope […]

Film

KLRU airs Chicano Civil Rights documentary

March 3, 2016 Lesly Reynaga 0

The newest installment of the KLRU-TV documentary series “Austin Revealed” focuses on Chicano Civil Rights. KLRU will present four short pieces online each Thursday in March followed by the broadcast of an hour-long documentary on March 31. […]

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